Pints and Planks St. Patrick’s Day Crawl: Boston Edition

Sport your best green workout gear, sign-up for one of these classes, and then head to an Irish pub nearby for a celebratory drink. Cheers! 

Boston is a city incredibly well known for it’s Irish heritage, as well as its absolutely epic St Patrick’s Day Celebrations in Southie. Get ready to party with the best of them as you experience all that Boston has to offer. 

Stop A: At Beantown Bootcamp, challenge yourself in an outdoor bootcamp or try an eliptical cardio mix-up class before sipping on green beers. Once you’ve pushed your body to the max, head to Grand Canal Boston for a great beer selection, live entertainment, a DJ and prizes/giveaways! 

Stop B: From zumba and Jillian Michaels’ Bodyshred to ballet pilates and more, Women’s Fitness of Boston has something that’ll tighten your core and get your heart-rate up. Afterward swing by the Kinsale Irish Pub and Restaurant for eats and beer. 

Stop C: Ready to get your box on? Head to Peter Welch’s Gym for Fighter Conditioning class, designed to get your heart rate up and give your whole body a workout. You jab, uppercut and cross punch your way to a tighter core. After conquering this class, head to ShenanaganS, an authentic Irish bar with daily specials including live bands and DJs.

Stop D: Want to hit a serious high-intensity class? Head to Barry’s Bootcamp for full body conditioning designed to hit every area you have. After torching all those calories, head to J.J. Foley’s Cafe, an authentic Irish pub, well known for their famous Bloody Mary Brunch.

Stop E: Want to ride and tone? Head to The Handle Bar for one of their signature classes that combines a weight bar and great spinning workouts. After cycling your little heart out, swing by Williams Tavern for a friendly neighborhood vibe and watch the infamous Southie parade!



Amanda Fay is a manager of strategic planning and creative executions in New York City with a degree in Human Sexuality and Neurobiology. She’s also a half-marathoner prepping for the NYC Marathon in 2016 and an avid cheese lover. Back to top